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revised working plan for the Wytham Woods, or, Woods of Hazel for the period 1959/60 to 1968/69 by F. C. Osmaston

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Includes bibliographical references.

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Other titlesThe woods of Hazel.
Statementby F. C. Osmaston.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 351 leaves :
Number of Pages351
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Open LibraryOL14241047M

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The Woods are open every day of the year including bank holidays, unless essential management work is being undertaken. Planned closure dates for essential management work.

The entirety of Wytham Woods will be closed on the following dates: Friday 17 January - Monday 20 January inclusive. Friday 14 February - Monday 17 February inclusive.

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What's on. It is with much regret that we have had to close Wytham Woods for the foreseeable future. Please do not visit.

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I like this time of year as it feels like a sentimental pause to look back on past achievements. The ground flora (vascular plants Wytham Woods, near. At Wytham Woods researchers at the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford (WildCRU) have been studying Eurasian badgers (Meles meles) in great detail sincebuilding on previous work stretching back to the early s.

The foundation of the Badger Project at this site has been a commitment to. The predominant habitat at Nower Wood is ancient oak woodland which may date back as far as the Domesday Book.

In addition to the oak woodland and a few scattered Scots pine, the reserve also contains hazel coppice, a small area of chalk grassland, a.

What we have tried to do is provide a recipe book that people can use to plan and carry out such surveys. Summer field work has been dominated by re-recording of the Dawkins Plots in Wytham: 10×10 m permanent plots (established in ).

The Wytham Woods' popular annual evening badger-watch events are scheduled this year for Tuesday 2, Thursday 4 and Friday 5 May.

Because of their growing popularity each year, these events will now be ticketed. Tickets are free, available to all and booking is now open. Wytham Woods is 5km outside Oxford in a loop of the river Thames and was given to the University of Oxford by Raymond ffennell in (ECN, ) to be used for conservation research.

The University’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU), founded in by Professor David Macdonald (Oxford University Biology Dept. ), is based File Size: 31KB. Wytham is 5 km north west of Oxford.

About half the site is woodland, the rest organic mixed farmland. Roughly a third of the wooded area is ancient woodland which, to our knowledge, has never been cleared and there has been continuity of tree cover since the prehistoric 'wild wood'.Site page: Full details about site.

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n the wood of a hazel tree Noun 1. hazelwood - reddish-brown wood and lumber from heartwood of the sweet gum tree used to make furniture satin walnut, sweet. A second factor should also be considered, however; small mammal numbers were relatively high in Wytham Woods in and and it is quite possible that the same correlation between population density and breeding that was noted by Elton et al.

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